Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie

Born: 1890
Died: 1976

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Agatha Christie was an English writer who excelled mainly in the detective novel genre, publishing more than 60 novels of this type throughout her career. She also explored other genres such as short stories and plays.

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The fact that she was born into a wealthy family allowed her to receive a very good private education in both England and France. During the First World War she collaborated as a nurse, which allowed her to acquire knowledge about pharmacology that she would use in later novels.

After a first marriage in 1914, from which she divorced in 1928, Christie married archaeologist Max Mallowan. This was key in her literature, as she accompanied him on many trips to Iraq and Syria, which later served as inspiration for several of her novels.

Agatha Christie mastered to perfection the ability to create complex stories that maintain the intrigue until the end, with unexpected endings. She is arguably the most influential and highly regarded writer in her genre.

She created a series of iconic characters, such as the detective Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple.

Therefore, if you download Agatha Christie's books you will have a fascinating read in which wit, intrigue and entertainment combine to perfection.

If you haven't read anything by Agatha Christie, we recommend starting with one of her most famous novels: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.


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